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Delivering comprehensive programs can mitigate the heightened risk of poverty, promote women’s rights, children’s development, and employment, argues Shahra Razavi, Chief of Research & Data.
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Brenda Nglazi Zulu Aug 13
Great way of populating participants expectations on topics and content on
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SASPEN.ORG Aug 14
Prevention is part and parcel.of social protection
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GenKey Aug 15
Replying to @GenKeyGroup
2/4 programs are vital for helping people escape poverty, especially in developing countries. However, a lack of often means that these programmes fail to reach all the intended beneficiaries.
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SASPEN.ORG Aug 15
for Climate Resilience FAO's Approach by Ms. Natalia Winder Rossi FAO, Italy
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SASPEN.ORG Aug 15
The Social Resilience of small states. Mauritius : How Far Can Universal Social Protection financing creates better social resilience in a Country with limited resources?
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SASPEN.ORG Aug 14
Africa has improved early warning disaster risk interventions
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SASPEN.ORG Aug 15
Way forward on social protection and climate change in thr SADC: 2030 Agenda for sustainable development development Ms Cebisile Nyambe, UN Women, South Africa
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SASPEN.ORG Aug 15
Social Protection and Natural Resource Management: A case of Ecosystems- based Social protection in Zambia Ms. Esther Nyemba , Policy Monitoring and Research Center, Zambia
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SASPEN.ORG Aug 14
Rights based approach to Social Protection and Climate Change #
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SASPEN.ORG Aug 15
Development, Social Protection and Climate Change: The cases of the Western Coast of Mauritius by Mr Nicolas Ragodoo
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SASPEN.ORG Aug 14
There is need for more awareness creation and education on early warning systems at village level...in order to respond to emergencies
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BoLAMA Aug 16
Replying to @BoLAMA17
The goal of the grant is to contribute to the reduction of TB burden in the mining sector in Southern Africa by improving access to TB, Silicosis and HIV services by key population ( current miners, ex-miners, their families and peri-mining populations)
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SASPEN.ORG Aug 14
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Brenda Nglazi Zulu Aug 13
Looking at the Law and Industry 4.0 where we have issues of Cyber Security and Cyber Crime, Data Protection, e-Commerce and e-Transactions and e-Government that affects Social Protection.
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Brenda Nglazi Zulu Aug 12
Looking at and ....Will be sharing my input as a Blogger ,
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SASPEN.ORG Aug 14
How do you help the vulnerable witj insurance schemes? Provide cash transfers linked to insurance
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UN SRSG on Violence against Children 7h
5️⃣areas for success to against children 2️⃣Reinforcing the protective shield around children Demands coordinated action across sectors .
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Ugo Gentilini Aug 16
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Development Pathways Aug 16
Build your capacity to make the case for inclusive social protection in your organisation and your country. Reserve your place on our training course on Inclusive : Early Bird tickets end on 31st August.
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